Assam Rifles, under the aegis of Headquarters Inspector General Assam Rifles (South), orchestrated a Security Meet at S Kholen village in Churachandpur District on 11th December.
Given S Kholen village’s strategic location along NH-02, linking Churachandpur to Mizoram, ensuring seamless collaboration between security forces and the local community for peace in the region becomes imperative. The security meet saw the participation of village chiefs from neighboring areas, with discussions centering on fostering cooperation and coordination with the security forces. Village leaders expressed appreciation for Assam Rifles’ endeavours to uphold peace and stability in the region.
During the meeting, villagers openly shared their experiences, perspectives, and challenges arising from the recent outbreaks of violence in the area. Their concerns extended to the critical Churachandpur-Tipaimukh road and the suboptimal maintenance of NH-02, exacerbated by the ongoing crisis.
Furthermore on 12th December, Assam Rifles provided medical assistance to a resident of Throilok village, District-Churachandpur who suffered laceration in parietal area on his head. 35 years old Mr Ngangam Haokip was cutting bamboo while working in field. In the process a heavy bamboo fell his head and he was rushed to the nearest Assam Rifles base at Songdo with severe bleeding and pain at the site of injury.
The Medical staff examined the injury and immediately rendered essential medical care and stabilized his condition by stitching the wound and achieving homeostasis. The individual was further referred to District Hospital, Churachandpur for follow up treatment. The family further thanked Assam Rifles and medical staff for rendering timely medical assistance.